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      05-17-2012, 10:50 AM   #1
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spacers for lowered E92 with Style 189

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I recently lowered my E92 with Style 189, however, the rear is sunken in too much to the point it looks really odd. If i raise the back up a bit, which spacers would most people go with on these OEM spec rims.

The pic isn't the greatest, but you get the idea.




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      05-17-2012, 04:00 PM   #2
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Being that low in the rear, it should be pretty easy to measure how much room you've got for a spacer.
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      05-17-2012, 04:15 PM   #3
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I will be raising the rear up as it just looks unbalanced. I read most people use 15mm in the rear on the E92 with no rubbing, but then i saw that their rear weren't tucking. That's why i wanted to make sure if 15mm will do the job on a slightly more lowered rear. Not getting much feedback from this thread though
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I had only a TINY bit of tuck and 15mm rubbed on dips at 100km/h+ with 189's and a 255 with square shoulders.
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I had only a TINY bit of tuck and 15mm rubbed on dips at 100km/h+ with 189's and a 255 with square shoulders.
so you would suggest 12mm? Will that still give a flush look in the rear?
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Roll your rear fenders and add at least a 20mm spacer.
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What springs did you drop it with?
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What springs did you drop it with?
it's BC coils, messed up the drop in the rear.
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how much of a raise would i need in the rear to make it look right or align with the drop in the front
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I lowered my e92 substantially with PSS10's and I put 18mm spacers in the rear along with 12/15mm? in the front. Looooks good. No rubbing at all.
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I lowered my e92 substantially with PSS10's and I put 18mm spacers in the rear along with 12/15mm? in the front. Looooks good. No rubbing at all.
do you have a pic of it
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My car is currently in Cali (I'm in Kentucky). I'll hit up the fam and see if they can send me a pic then i'll post it.
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nice ride! is that the oem roof rack?

op i'm running 12mm
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nice ride! is that the oem roof rack?

op i'm running 12mm
Thanks and yeah it is.
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Roll your rear fenders and add at least a 20mm spacer.
+1 I'm currently on stock 19's with 18mm spacers in the rear. No rubbing at all, but I also have fenders rolled.
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Thanks for all the response. I raised my rear over the weekend. Do you guys think I should go 12mm or 15mm in the rear?



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Looks nice OP
thanks! 15mm spacers at the height i'm at shouldn't be a problem at the rear, right?
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thanks! 15mm spacers at the height i'm at shouldn't be a problem at the rear, right?
Toe honest I'm not spaced out. I'm not much of help
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A 15mm spacer puts you around the same as 9.5 et33. That said you shouldn't rub. It still won't really be flush though.
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Im on 189s on Sport Suspension, I have 20 MM Spacers in the rear. No rubbing issues so far.
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